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E’ vero è da poco trascorsa l’estate… Molti di noi stanno ancora immaginandosi sdraiati su una spiaggia, immersi nel mare o intenti a prendere il sole. Ora ci ritroviamo nuovamente nella nostra routine quotidiana…Tutto ciò non rappresenta una valida scusa per non essere aggiornati sui prossimi trends Autunno-Inverno… Ecco una breve guida sui must have di stagione da applicare alla vita di tutti i giorni. – Flat shoes: in autunno il meteo può essere incontrollabile; un paio di classiche scarpe basse con i lacci può rappresentare un valido aiuto in questa situazione di emergenza. I designers suggeriscono di essere un po’ informali, allontanandosi dalle classiche derby shoes all’inglese. Esprimiamo allora la nostra creatività in termini di colori, fantasie e materiali un pò estrosi. -Velluto: E’ dagli ultimi anni ’90 che, ahimè, non indosso un capo di velluto. Ma in questo AI16 sarà il nostro asso nella manica in…

Milano 16 Aprile 2016: nello studio ABXfactory si accendono i riflettori, si mettono a punto gli ultimi dettagli; sta per essere messa in scena una nuova storia, una nuova emozione grazie a Marco Cipolla con il suo Modeleverywhere Management, questa volta in onda su Just Fashion Magazine. Marco con il suo progetto ha già realizzato molte collaborazioni con i più famosi ed influenti bloggers del momento, mettendoli in contatto con alcuni dei più importanti fotografi del panorama nazionale. Per questo lavoro con il nostro Magazine ha scelto di avvalersi di uno dei nuovi talenti della fotografia, Alex Belli, il quale da qualche tempo ha deciso di passare dall’altra parte della barricata e, da attore, diventare fotografo e direttore creativo di numerosi shooting e campagne pubblicitarie per noti marchi internazionali. Alex ci spiega in breve il concept che c’è dietro le immagini che ritraggono la bellissima modella brasiliana ISABEL CUTRIN: “L’ispirazione…

We live in a social era where showing is better than being. For this shooting the young photographer Francesca Pedrini chooses to be countercurrent, portraying a beautiful model as a modern Frida Kahlo, the famous Mexican artist. All peculiar elements of Frida’s iconography seen in her well known self-portraits are present: red and black colours as symbols of passion against troubles, the printed stole which evokes traditional Mexican garments, flowers among the hair that Frida used to declare her attachment to nature. The model has bolded eyebrows in the same way as in Frida’s paintings, because a strong somatic feature is sometimes more expressive than the ostentation of naked skin. Frida’s life is the demonstration that the talent, the intellectual profoundness can be more charming than physical perfection. Photographer | Retouch: Francesca Pedrini Stylist: Valeria Romano Mua | Hairstylist: Simona Giacomazzo Model: Anna S. from Beyond…

It is a season’s present of designers from early 90’s: the Bucket bag. This kind of bag is usually pulled out from the cylinder every two decades. Everyone had almost one aunt who strolled fiercely across the streets with her bucket bag in that period! In my childhood’s memories, it was a very large and heavy bag usually made by cow leather with golden metallic details. The bucket bags of new century has been re-invented starting from material: plastic fabrics, neoprene, scuba, suede and various eco-leathers. The bucket has been resized, too. Small or medium bag only. The details are also the tools fashion artists use to break with the past and the current collections remind all 2016 spring’s season trends: chains, studs, tassels. The colours start from the pastel palette to the fluo ones. In the same way animalier or reptile patterns are mixed with the more classical ones as dots, squares…

The Photographer Lina Shark is trying to tell us a story through her shoots. The main character is a classical dancer. The pictures give voice to the eternal conflit between lights and shadows of this career. The dancer has to practise and practise, again and again, her body shows the lines of sacrifices. Sometimes she stops and wonders if all her efforts are vain. Even if she feels tired, destroyed by the trials, she saves the ability to dream high and by dancing (that is her passion) every bad thoughs disappear in the same way as her sweat is absorbed by a sponge and the fatigue erased by a restorative rest. It is very easy to lose the trust in herself and giving up; at the same time it is very easy to lose her own bearings for a minute of glory. It will come the day in which all her sacrificies will be repayed by her…

SALOPETTE: Taking inspiration from workers’ uniform, it is a sort of “evergreen” trend that designers revive every two decades. Many are the possibilities in terms of materials and types: jeans vs scuba fabric, with trousers or with skirt. Our choice is the skirt one. The younger girl can wear it with a fluo mini t-shirt and sporty sneakers; the over 30’s with male shirt and Oxford style laces shoes in neutral colours. ECO LEATHER: You can wear a pair of black leggings, an A-line skirt or the classical “Chiodo” jacket but leather is always a good choice and a season’s musthave! The black jacket can be mixed with a romantic French Lace dress and sleeve’s sandals or with everything you want! FRINGES: They are heritage of last summer Coachella’s Festival, so you need something fringed in your wardrobe! It could be a suede gilet, a trousers…

Can a room decorated with classical forniture be the perfect landscape of a modern romance? Yes, if our nowadays Juliet has the right dresses. Black vs white express the dichotomy between romantic and passioned love. These dresses are made up of clean lines that remind to undervest shapes, so they are the perfect outfit to wait for a romantic date sitting on a table, wondering what we could practice soon after. Wearing the black dress Juliet has the right “costume” to satisfy her desire of carnal, physical love while wearing the white dress she becomes a sweet and devoted vestal for her sweetheart. But Juliet doesn’t forget she is a strong and contemporary woman and shows her strenght through her skin language by inkgirl. Because there is no woman that can definitely erase her romantic essence. Editorial JFM Photographer: Simone Panetta Model : Irene Forti